Parametrix Adds Four More Transportation Engineering and Structural Staff in Salt Lake City




Salt Lake City, UT – Parametrix has added four new staff in their Salt Lake City office, expanding the firm’s southwest region structural and roadway engineering capabilities. This comes after the addition of four staff last month. Michael Oldroyd, PE joins as Utah Roadway and Structures Group Lead, Adam Birdsall, PE, joins as Utah Structures Lead, Stacey Oliveto joins as CADD Technical Lead, and Brittany Payan, PE will support the team as a Roadway Engineer.

Michael Oldroyd Headshot

Oldroyd has 21 years of experience in highway and roadway design, railroad design, construction management, and inspection. He has worked with local, state, and federal governments on projects in Utah, Nevada, Idaho, California, Texas, and Montana. Recent project experience includes SR-39 Dual Lefts at Washington Boulevard in Roy, UT, I-15 Weber County Expressway, UT, and US-40; Gusher EB Passing Lane & Center Turn Lane  in Uintah County, UT.

Adam Birdsall headshot

Birdsall has 14 years of experience as a structural design engineer working on a wide variety of projects in Utah, Idaho, Colorado, California, and Wyoming. He has worked in the private sector as a design consultant as well as the public sector as a project engineer. His experience includes a tunnel project under the Chesapeake Bay, a freeway widening through Weber and Davis counties in northern Utah, and a flood control project in California.

Stacey Oliveto headshot

Oliveto has over 20 years of experience in the drafting field. She is experienced in the civil and transportation disciplines, as well as landscaping, mining, structural, and mechanical fields. She has provided as-built packages for two of the largest rail projects in Utah.

Brittany Payan Headshot

Payan has 5 years of roadway design civil engineering experience.  She has experience drafting, designing, and modeling numerous roadway and roadside projects in Utah, Colorado, and Washington. Recent project experience includes I-15 widening in Northern Utah, highway widening from two to five lanes in Duchesne County, and barrier improvements along over 100 miles of I-15 in Southern Utah.

Parametrix’s Utah location is now comprised of over 20 staff specializing in transportation and environmental planning, NEPA, urban design, and traffic engineering.

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